May 30, 2023

The engines roar. CSIF Huelva will celebrate this Saturday fifth edition of its Moto-Solidarity Route in favor of the Red Cross, in which he hopes to bring together more than 200 bikers. The highlight of this edition, -which will include a circular route -close to 152 kilometers-, between Huelva, Berrocal, La Palma, Huelva-, will consist of the Controlled lap at the Monteblanco Circuitlocated in La Palma del Condado, where participants can enjoy the experience and also get to know its facilities.

To participate in this solidarity initiative, each attendee must provide three kilos of non-perishable food that will go to the Red Cross. The provisions will be collected at the initial meeting, prior to the beginning of the route, starting at half past nine in the morning at the El Conquero viewpoint in the capital, from where the tour will later begin around eleven in the morning.

Once the 152 km itinerary through the province is finished, the motorcycles will tour an exhibition circuit through various streets and avenues of the Huelva capital. The entrance of the procession to Huelva is scheduled around two in the afternoon.

At the end of the route, at Mandala viewpoint of El Conquero, an extensive program of activities is planned at the end of the tour that includes a twinning meal, as well as live concerts, entertainment, raffles and delivery of trophies and gifts for the participants.

The president of CSIF-Huelva, Juan Manuel Quilón, hopes to be able to exceed in this edition the 1,200 kilos of non-perishable food that were collected in 2022 to donate to the Red Cross, thus reinforcing “the social commitment of the union.” For Quilón, “this initiative has become a benchmark for solidarity in Huelva and an event that has, every year, greater participation and social involvement.” Combining, once again, motorcycling with the values ​​of solidarity and twinning.

In addition, the union leader thanks the collaborating firms Grupo Conquero Automoción, Mandala Mirador, Circuito Monteblanco, Vialmotor and the Huelva City Council, because they promote this “altruistic” initiative. In this sense, the highest union official in the province recalls that “this is an initiative open to all interested parties -whether they are affiliated or not- with free registration and a single contribution of three kilos of food for the benefit of the Red Cross.” In the same way, he emphasizes that the twinning meal and the activities program do not have any additional cost.

For Quilón, participating in a motorcycle route is a unique experience that allows sharing experiences and anecdotes with other motorcyclists, which can enrich the experience and feel part of a community united by the passion for motorcycles, in addition to collaborating with the Red Cross for its Humanitarian work.

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